Bibury, nestled in the hills of the Cotswolds, first earned its title of ‘the most beautiful village in England’ from the artist and craftsman, William Morris (1834-96). It is not hard to see why. From whichever direction you approach this village, it exudes charm from every house, tree and meadow.
The Swan Hotel is an enchanting 17th century former coaching inn sitting in the heart of the village on the banks of the River Coln. This hidden corner of England is the perfect retreat for unpretentious comfort, a friendly atmosphere, wonderful food and fine wine.
This is a superb spot from which to explore the Cotswolds or for a romantic break, a wedding, a celebration, a trip to the races or a place to discuss business.
The Swan Hotel has 22 individually decorated bedrooms, each with their own lavish private en suite bathroom generously stocked with Molton Brown products. A number of rooms feature large spa baths and most rooms overlook the beautiful River Coln.
The award-winning Swan Hotel Gallery Restaurant is an excellent venue for modern European-style cuisine and fine wines. The Gallery Restaurant is a relaxed, romantic room decorated with oil paintings by the Dartmoor artist Katherine Lightfoot and a most creative log wall.
Discover the joy of a lazy afternoon with a good book and a hot chocolate. Lean back in the inviting chairs and enjoy the simple pleasures of life watching the world go by or catching up with friends and colleagues.
With its beautiful village location and careful attention to detail the Swan Hotel at Bibury is a refreshing alternative for a conference venue.
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